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I am a quilter who uses a computer program to design way more quilts than I could ever make in several lifetimes.
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Tag Archives: Double Irish Chain
Interesting. Not the average Irish Chain design. Advertisements
All sorts of wonderful things just might happen if you mix up Single Irish Chain blocks, double Irish Cabin blocks and some applique … and than add a little bit of quilting.
Interesting, but cold do with a colour wash!
I created this project file several years ago when St Patrick’s Day fell on a Wednesday, but I really must open it up more often, as my Mid Week Log Cabin Retreat and St Pat don’t often coincide. Who would … Continue reading
Not my most inspiring design. Looks like a good utility quilt … the sort you could take on a picnic and not worry too much about it getting dirty.
I love it. It is enough to stir the tiny bit of Irish blood in my reasonably well diluted bloodline!
I am trying to work out which one I like best, and cannot make up my mind. Light or dark? I think I am wavering towards the darker version.
I enjoy playing with Irish Chain blocks … and still have many unseen to share. Now I have opened this project file there may be more in the immediate future. I have opened an EQ7 file and introduced it to … Continue reading
I like it! If I was going to make this virtual quilt real I would purchase fabric for the red and black, then carefully sort scraps for the medium pieces, and maybe even the background too. PS. Can you pick … Continue reading
Simple, clean and very stylish … would look good in bright modern colours too. And lots of room for quilting